Wharfedale LCD42F1080P42in 1080p HD Ready Digital LCD TV (Plus Free 3 Year Warranty ) £499.99 - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
please note this is my first post so please be gentle with me

just noticed this on the argos website, dont think that you can collect instore but can reserve for home delivery

42" WHARFEDALE LCD42F1080P 1080P HD LCD FOR £499.99
WITH FREE 3 YEAR WARRANTY

seems like a good deal to me for a 1080p lcd
and is £200.00 cheaper than the 37" version

if link not working please try this
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5363821/Trail/searchtext>LCD+1080P.htm
- scoot

just looked in the argos catalogue and it £799 in there
so must be a price reduction
the info for the free 3 year warranty is futher down the page also when you click special offers (in red type)
- scoot

SEEMS THIS IS NOT A MISPRICE AS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PRODUCT DETAIL TAB IT SAYS
Previously on sale at £799.99
- scoot

Television Picture Quality


1080p High Definition Ready.

Integrated digital (freview).

42in (106.7cm) widescreen TV with 106cm visible screen size.

Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Brightness 500 cd/m2.

Contrast 1500:1.

Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.

Progressive scan.


Connectivity

2 HDMI sockets.

2 SCART sockets.

PC input socket.

Component video socket.

Composite.

Headphone socket.

AV socket.

Back DC socket.


Sound Quality

Nicam stereo sound.

2 x 8w RMS power output.


Freeview Features

Digitally interactive.

Digital text.

Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.

Auto setup.

Auto scan for new channels.

Now and next electronic programme guide (EPG).

7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).

Top Up TV compatible.


Additional Features

Teletext.

Fastext.

UHF and VHF tuner.

Auto setup.

Auto search tuner.

Auto search sorting.

Auto search labelling.

Sleep timer.

Child lock.

NTSC compatible.

Remote control requires 2 x AAA batteries (included).

230v AC mains operation.

Complete with tabletop stand.

Size of TV (H)69.8, (W)103.6, (D)12.2cm.

Size of TV with stand (H)73.7, (W)103.6, (D)27cm.

Weight of TV 20.7kg.

Weight of TV with stand 24.7kg.

Suitable for wall mounting (brackets included).



Previously on sale at £799.99
- scoot

A FEW PEOPLE HAVE SAID THAT THIS MODEL
IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE FREE 3 YEAR WARRANTY
TO CONFIRM THAT IT IS, PLEASE CLICK THE LINK BELOW
AND IT SAYS UNDERNEATH THE TV IN RED WRITING THAT IT IS INCLUDED

http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Search?storeId=10001&langId=-1&q=WHARFEDALS&pp=20&c_1=1|cat_8963411|Televisions|8963452
- scoot
Deal Tags:
More From Argos:

All Comments

(148) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
Seems like a cracking deal, also appears to include the hanging brackets too. Just one thing; I can't see any mention of the 3 year warranty, please could you point me in the right direction.


Thanks.
[mod]#2
leeharveyoswald
Seems like a cracking deal, also appears to include the hanging brackets too. Just one thing; I can't see any mention of the 3 year warranty, please could you point me in the right direction.


Thanks.


If you scroll down the page it says


Free 3 year warranty via leaflet when you buy this TV or any one of the TVs listed below. Leaflet will be posted to you once your order is confirmed. Offer ends 18th January 2008.


:)

Thanks for the deal scoot :)
#3
Use the voucher trick to bring it down to £450!
#4
Wish I had some money!!
#5
the1C3MAN
Use the voucher trick to bring it down to £450!


Only available online, no no voucher trick surely.
#6
Thanks Millercat, got it now. Have to click the "special offers" tab to see this.

Seems too good to be true, doesn't it?

Re the vouchers trick, how is it possible to work this if the item is only available for home delivery? Presumably I would have to buy it on interest free credit, then use the vouchers to pay off the credit?

Sorry if I am being thick today!
#7
the1C3MAN
Use the voucher trick to bring it down to £450!


think the voucher are finished now mate
i think they finished yesterday
although i may be wrong
regards scoot
#8
Does anyone know if these Wharfedale TV's are any good? Can't seem to find any reputable reviews. The price and the three year warranty are mighty tempting though.
#9
Alternatively, buy the same set with Express delivery from the same site for £819.99 :whistling:

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5365032/Trail/searchtext%3ELCD42F1080P+.htm

Misprice?
#10
mash
Does anyone know if these Wharfedale TV's are any good? Can't seem to find any reputable reviews. The price and the three year warranty are mighty tempting though.

at least argos are very good at returning stuff
if you buy it and it isnt no good return it as faulty for a full refund
so you have nothing to loose
i managed to get 2 of the beko lcds for £199 each the ones listed on this site
and and well chuffed with them
#11
anooobist
Alternatively, buy the same set with Express delivery from the same site for £819.99 :whistling:

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5365032/Trail/searchtext%3ELCD42F1080P+.htm

Misprice?


dont thnk it is a misprice mate
that may just be an old link
and the page i listed at the bottom of the product details page says
previosly on sale at £799.99
regards
scoot
#12
scoot
at least argos are very good at returning stuff
if you buy it and it isnt no good return it as faulty for a full refund
so you have nothing to loose
i managed to get 2 of the beko lcds for £199 each the ones listed on this site
and and well chuffed with them


For the spec it seems a bargain. Was just wondering if anyone had any experience of them first. Picture quality on LCD's tends to vary alot.

Man, I'm conflicted now.

:thinking:
#13
mash
For the spec it seems a bargain. Was just wondering if anyone had any experience of them first. Picture quality on LCD's tends to vary alot.

Man, I'm conflicted now.

:thinking:

even though i posted this
i tend to think a lcd picture quality is not as good as a CRT TV(which it wont be anyway) or even on my plasma on standard definition like normal tv
but once you attach an HD source I.E. ps3, xbox 360 a upscaling 1080i or a 1080p dvd player,blue ray hd dvd sky hd, hdmi free view box etc....
then its gonna be awesome
regards
scoot
#14
Only two threads on AVForums.com

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=613734&highlight=LCD42F1080P
http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=602790&highlight=LCD42F1080P

Consensus is it isn't a great screen, and contrast ratio is very low, and you can get much better for not a lot more. But ok for those on a tight budget.

Bertie
banned#15
I understand that wharfedale are made in the same factory in Turkey as Beko screens are.

Rawy
#16
bertie_uk
Only two threads on AVForums.com

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=613734&highlight=LCD42F1080P
http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=602790&highlight=LCD42F1080P

Consensus is it isn't a great screen, and contrast ratio is very low, and you can get much better for not a lot more. But ok for those on a tight budget.

Bertie


hi bertie
cheers for listing the reviews
but they were listed when the set was at £800.00
i know that doesnt alter the review of the screen
so obviosly that needs taking into account as the set is only £499 now
valid point though mate
regards
scoot
#17
Thanks for the post. I have managed to cancel the ebuyer order for my Hannspree, and put in an order for one of these. Can't really go wrong for that price with a 3 year warranty.

Still not clear on the voucher situation, so have bought on 9 months interest freecredit while I look into this (there are other options for discounted vouchers, in the event that the instore trick no longer works). In the event that I can't use vouchers to pay off the credit, I have still got a great deal.

Delivery Friday, will let you know how I get on.


Thanks again.
#18
leeharveyoswald
Thanks for the post. I have managed to cancel the ebuyer order for my Hannspree, and put in an order for one of these. Can't really go wrong for that price with a 3 year warranty.

Still not clear on the voucher situation, so have bought on 9 months interest freecredit while I look into this (there are other options for discounted vouchers, in the event that the instore trick no longer works). In the event that I can't use vouchers to pay off the credit, I have still got a great deal.

Delivery Friday, will let you know how I get on.


Thanks again.

i am sure the vouchers are now finished now mate
scoot
#19
scoot
i am sure the vouchers are now finished now mate
scoot


Cheers Scoot, but these vouchers can generally be found on ebay at between 10% and 15% off face value.
#20
Looks like a cracking deal at that price.
#21
Well, I'm a sucker for cheap ****, so I took the plunge and ordered one of these fellas!

The 3 year guarantee and overwhelmingly cheap price for a large 1080p TV won me over in the end. The 9 month interest-free credit was a good bonus also.

Thanks for post...now to tell the OH!
#22
Where does it say Free 3 Year Warranty?

All I can see is it says '1/2 price TV stand when bought with this TV.'
#23
Free 3 year warranty via leaflet when you buy this TV or any one of the TVs listed below. Leaflet will be posted to you once your order is confirmed. Offer ends 18th January 2008.
* Toshiba 42X3030D 42in 1080p HD Ready Digital LCD TV. 536/3883
£1099.99
add Toshiba 42X3030D 42in 1080p HD Ready Digital LCD TV. to your trolley
* Sony KDL40S3000U 40in HD Ready Digital LCD TV. 536/3876
£949.99 *
add Sony KDL40S3000U 40in HD Ready Digital LCD TV. to your trolley
#24
Ok, found it now....You have to click on the '[COLOR="Red"]Special [/COLOR][COLOR="red"]Offer[/COLOR]' link to see the Free warranty offer.


Free 3 year warranty via leaflet when you buy this TV or any one of the TVs listed below. Leaflet will be posted to you once your order is confirmed. Offer ends 18th January 2008.
#25
frm lookin at the argos website u DONT get 3 years warrenty with this TV set

only with the sets bellow ( where it says it) apparntly.
#26
mrluke
frm lookin at the argos website u DONT get 3 years warrenty with this TV set

only with the sets bellow ( where it says it) apparntly.


Free 3 year warranty via leaflet when you buy this TV or any one of the TVs listed below. Leaflet will be posted to you once your order is confirmed. Offer ends 18th January 2008.

If you click on one of the other sets you will see it lists the Wharfedale there as being eligible for the 3yr gtee

only problem.....not too sure about the quality....mind you 3 yrs is a decent length of time depending on what it exactly covers

Look forward to hearing from you guys that buy one as soon as you get it set up...here's hoping someone can post a pic or two as well:w00t:
#27
bought one...was looking for a cheaper model....but with 3 yr warranty...had to
#28
Anyone know if this supports HDCP, trying to find more detailed specs and nothing.

Looked on Vestel's site and they dont have a 1080P like this.

So very tempted
#29
just noticed a Toshiba 42'' 42X3030D WXGA Freeview HD Ready LCD TV (Black) on Play at £899 has a contrast ratio of 1000:1, I'm nearly sure I read somewhere that a lot of manufacturers measure their contrast ratio differently....they do it their own method to confuse and provide BIGGER ratio figures...so we may not be comparing Apples for Apples...if you get my drift
#30
Interesting to note that it's £499.99*
Then on the left further down
* Please note that this item has not been price reduced

Then later on the previously on sale at £799 statement.

Anyhow, the 1500:1 contrast ratio shouldn't necessarily be the primary concern. A lot of the manufacturer's cr figures are 'dynamic' contrast.
The highly acclaimed Toshiba 42WLT66 has a true manufacturer's contrast ratio of 800:1 but What Home Cinema tested it to be 575:1 in reality.

In the review they said:

Toshiba only quotes a rather uninspiring contrast ratio of 800:1 for the 42WLT66, but in practice this figure seems pessimistic. Dark areas
of the picture are certainly less afflicted by the low contrast ‘grey mist’ than we’d expect of an 800:1 figure, and there are at least passable amounts of shadow detail. That said, there is a slightly blue undertone to the Tosh’s black levels.

I know that's a lot of info about a different TV but it's worth bearing in mind that figures don't tell the whole story, only the eye does, and that's for a >£1000 TV so this really does look like a bargain. I'm holding out for now, just waiting to see what real life reviews come along. Can't wait to hear what you guys have to say about yours.
1 Like #31
thank you for posting this..

thats my hubbys 40th birthday pressie sorted!!!:giggle:
#32
poppyolivia
thank you for posting this..

thats my hubbys 40th birthday pressie sorted!!!:giggle:
:w00t:

well I wish [SIZE="4"][COLOR="Navy"]I[/COLOR][/SIZE] was your hubby.

It was my 40th a couple of weeks back and I went 'on and on' about a flatscreen to my wife in the weeks leading up to the event..

Still, the socks are very comfortable and at least I'm not wearing out my eyes...:thinking:

the flatscreen hunt continues..
#33
wonder what argos return policy is like if the pics rubbish????
#34
I think its a pretty good returns policy, if you don't want it you can take it back to the store
#35
Arrghhhh I can get it delivered on monday, I can't make my mind up
#36
sorry for being thick but does this come with freeview?
Thanks
1 Like #37
Yes it does, good price for a 42" 1080p lcd. My problem is this LCD is probably too big for my living room. 37" is probably best. mmmmm
#38
tigers66
Yes it does, good price for a 42" 1080p lcd. My problem is this LCD is probably too big for my living room. 37" is probably best. mmmmm


move house...;-)
#39
Rshole
Anyone know if this supports HDCP, trying to find more detailed specs and nothing.

Looked on Vestel's site and they dont have a 1080P like this.

So very tempted


All HDMI sockets support HDCP, it's part of the legal requirement to brand a TV HD Ready.
#40
Rizza
All HDMI sockets support HDCP, it's part of the legal requirement to brand a TV HD Ready.


Not true as my current LCD TV doesnt support HDCP and that has HDMI

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!